College: A Comprehensive Approach
In order for students with disabilities to succeed in postsecondary education, they need to be academically prepared for college studies, K-12 and postsecondary educators need to fully include students with disabilities in their courses and programs, library resources must be accessible, and parents and mentors need to provide encouragement and support. DO-IT provides these resources:
- Preparing for and Succeeding in College
Information on transitioning from high school to college and resources for succeeding in college.
- Academic Resources for K-12 Educators
How K-12 educators can create inclusive environments that promote the success of college-bound students with disabilities.
Resources for postsecondary faculty, administrators, and student service staff, designed to increase the success of students with disabilities in postsecondary studies.
- The Faculty Room
Resources to help postsecondary faculty and administrators provide courses, programs, and resources that are accessible to students with disabilities.
- The Conference Room
Resources to help postsecondary staff make their student services accessible to students with disabilities.
- The Board Room
Resources to help administrators create inclusive college campuses, courses, and student services.
- Universal Access to Libraries
How to assure that information resources are accessible to patrons with disabilities.
- College Preparation Resources for Parents and Mentors
How to encourage and support college-bound young people with disabilities.